This book considers the ethical basis of fundamental university policies with special emphasis on how issues of community and diversity influence education. The authors raise four central questions in this volume:
• What should the aims of universities be, given their changed demography?
• How should university curricula reflect multicultural society?
• Does the new environment require special treatment of campus speech?
• What role should affirmative action play in promoting diversity or community in the academy?
About the Author
Mortimer Sellers Director of the Center for International and Comparative Law and Associate Professor of Law,University of Baltimore